Using Resolve Track Nodes: Controlling Uncontrollable Light Sources

August 30, 2013

Learn how to make a global correction to the brightest and most intensely saturated areas of an image without tediously creating nodes for each shot.

Every now and again I’m presented with footage that has an uncontrollable light source that acts as a distracting entity. Police cars, ambulances, neon signs, or anything of the like can have ever changing colors with intense saturation and/or brightness that takes away from the subject matter at hand.

In this video, I’ll quickly explain how to make an overlying correction to the brightest and most intensely saturated areas without having to create individual nodes for each shot. This general correction can help save tons of time and make sure that you stay within legal limits.


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